At Surbiton High School we place great emphasis on ensuring that the entrance examination process is as stress-free as possible for both pupils and parents. To this end, pupils sit the exams in classrooms to provide a more familiar and less daunting environment, and we stagger the start times to ensure they are not overwhelmed by large numbers of pupils arriving at the same time.
Further to this, we are mindful that many pupils have experienced a challenging time over the course of the past few academic years and as well as being an unsettling time for children, it has also impacted on the well-being and education of many. Our Senior School Head of English, Emma Leigh, and Heads of Maths, Emily Jervis and Megan Guinan, have created sample papers to help guide your daughter as to the type of content that will be included in the assessments.
There is no expectation that any work is completed, it is purely there to help. You will find both documents below:
The online assessments taken in November will provide multiple-choice answers. Further information on the online process will be provided after the registration deadline to help your duaghter familiarise herself with the assessment.
Pupil well-being is at the heart of a Surbiton High School education. Through careful guidance and nourishment, our pupils are able to discover their strengths, celebrate their successes, build life-long relationships and flourish. As part of our support to our current pupils, one of our Prep School Deputy Heads of Pastoral, Sally Johnston, created a series of engaging, well-being activity sheets. Each sheet focuses on different aspects of well-being, such as positivity, empathy, reflection and relationships. Should they be of interest, please see below: